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's true. i believe that middle america has spoken here in massachusetts and as they will across the country and future elections and i believe he's the catalyst for change. i believe he can be our voice for middle america. and i just feel that the change is now. i think there's a great movement across massachusetts. and i hope to be across the country as well. >> yes. dujuan? >> my concern from scott brown, my concern is americans need to break away from this right and left paradigm in general. i don't feel we have a candidate strong enough to really do what the american people need to do and scott brown, he ran as an independent but he's a true republican. so we need to break away from that right-left paradigm as american citizens and -- because that's the only answer for this nation. >> uh-huh. i think a lot of americans say hey, we want to be heard. so both republican and democratic party are on notice. dejuan, george and john, thanks for being my guests this morning. interesting discussion. >> thank you. >> coming up on "fox & friends", the silence of the salahis. >> th
here, it's not in my backyard type thing, it's i don't want these terrorists here anywhere in america and neither do the majority of the american people and to disdwight this or to say it's a jobs program is ridiculous. >> joe, what do you say to people who say, gitmo, as long as it exists, it's making the lives to become terrorists even longer. ice a bad poster for what america stands for. what's your answer to that? >> my answer to that is that where better than gitmo to put these terrorists? and to bring them to the united states is ridiculous. gitmo, the people there are trained to handle these situations. i talk to a gold star mother who visited gitmo. that plays is a professional, state of the art facility, and they are trained to deal with these terrorists, and that's where they belong. to bring them out to thompson, illinois, or to nips in america and have us learn how to do it, is ridiculous and it's -- go ahead. >> i was just going to say, are you going to go to the hearing today? can the average constituent in the state of illinois make any difference today by showing up at
's also been in the army and national guard for a very long time. he was cosmo's america's sexiest man. he says he accepted the $1100 and posed for that magazine to pay for law school. and also, he is not a man of privilege. he actually -- his mom at one point was on welfare. he grew up in a broken marriage and at one point, he says what turned his life around is he was caught shoplifting. which is a very telling time in his life. turned himself around. >> and there you can see him with a couple of his daughters. the taller of the two is ayla and she is somebody familiar to a lot of people because she was one of the 10 finalists of "american idol" a couple of years ago. and there she is right there. her sister, i believe, is a premed student and that girl right there is also a standout on the boston college basketball team. >> yeah, she yesterday one of the anecdotes that scott brown told was that when the president called him up to say congratulations, scott brown, hope we can work together. why don't you got a friend and i'll bring my daughter down, mr. president and we can play two on
this hour comes to us from elizabeth in massachusetts. for breaking news and worldly trends, america depends on "fox & friends." >> good morning, everyone. fox news alert. total disaster. that's how the small caribbean nation of haiti is being described this morning after a powerful earthquake rattled that country. three million people affected. thousands appear dead with many thought to be stuck still under the rubble. the 7.0 magnitude quake struck yesterday afternoon, the largest earthquake to hit the caribbean in 200 years. and we're getting lots of different types of images capturing all of the devastation. this video from the neighboring dominican republic shows people running for their lives after feeling the tremors and take a look at some of these pictures posted on twitter. the earthquake and its powerful aftershocks virtually wiping out the capital city in haiti. thousands of buildings destroyed including the national palace. right now, rescuers trying to reach people trapped in the rubble and officials say getting an accurate casualty count is not possible right now but it's exp
america and if you'd like one at your house, we will arrange to have total strangers come to your house and eat all of your doritos. >> and he's a fan of using reconciliation to still jam health care through. are these deals actually happening right now as the president of the united states is making that interview and saying that he made a mistake in not being transparent? are those deals still happening with regard to health care? you have to be on the judge on that depending on how it all plays out. >> he was also -- he went on to talk about now he's going to put himself as the champion of the middle class. he blames the huge deficit on war spending that wasn't paid for, prescription drug plan that he claims it wasn't paid for and the stimulus plan he absolutely needed so here's president obama on the prospect of raising taxes. would he go back on that pledge for those making less than $250,000? >> can you guarantee them still, there will be no taxes on anybody who makes under $250,000 a year? that will still be absolutely true? >> i can guarantee that the worst thing we could do w
still being pulled from the rubble alive? members of america's 82nd airborne rescued a 35-year-old man from a collapsed building in port-au-prince. he's being treated for a broken leg and, of course, dehydration. but hundreds of flights are still waiting for permission to land with supplies. the u.s. is reporting a backlog of seven days to be able to get in there. the filmmaker who posed as a pimp and recorded undercover videos of controversial practices at acorn offices across the country now under arrest himself. james o'keefe are charged with trying to tamper with the phones of the senator in new orleans. his lawyer says "we don't have any of the facts yet but james at heart is a really good kid." four men face up to 10 years in prison if convicted. heisman trophy winner tim tebow making big waves off the field over a pro life ad that's going to appear during the super bowl. the ad tells the story of his mom who got sick when she was pregnant with tim. doctors apparently urged her to have an abortion. she did not. and now some women's groups are protesting the ad paid for by a chris
and the vision and do what it takes to defend our nation and forge a more hopeful future for america and for the world. >> saying i am not going to further question the christmas bomber because that would be against our values. >> no. what it is is he's trying to explain away why he is where he is right now in the polls which is historically low. >> right. >> look, but all this bad stuff happened before i even walked through the door. >> but he's been saying that for a year. he's saying that's giving context to remind people of what he inherited but it is pretty amazing, i think, that his advisors keep allowing him to do this same narrative when so many polls and americans have said, please stop. the past administration is over. let's move on. one thing about last night, i thought, it was -- there was some funny moments. there was some levity. yes. >> intentional? >> yes, the one about i didn't like the bank bailout. you didn't like it. it was about as popular as a root canal. that got a few chuckles. >> i don't know. at one point, harry reid thought he should be snoozing. take a
: will is be fleshed out who america's number one spy master is? is it blair or is it paneta? will thi they profile. they have to profile when all these guys come from the same part of the world. why frisk some 90-year-old lady. >> brian: why frisk gretchen carlson's son. >> many saying now that they shifted from the 12 countries to do the patdowns that is already violating people's rights. really? because if profiling had been going on this guy would have never been allowed on this plane. will we move forward as newt gingrich proposed and profile people who get on our airplanes or will we not? >> steve: i would say no and i tell you why from the administration today because as a u.s. senator barack obama sponsored legislation to end racial and ethic and religion profiling. stand by for that. we talked about how did this guy get through. remember, in november this guy's dad went to the u.s. embassy in nigeria and said my kid has been radicalized, there he is right there in his mugshot, and i think he might try something crazy. so they put him on a watch list. kind of a broad watch list. why wasn't
, straight ahead, president obama breaking more than several promises he made to america. is it too late to get back on track? we're going to debate it. >> and what you talking about, willis? actor gary coleman in a not so attractive mug shot. busted again. what's behind this latest photo? luke: moving my mind and my hands at world record speed. i'm luke myers. if you want to be incredible, eat incredible. announcer: eggs. incredible energy for body and mind. (guitar music) >> all right. welcome back. remember when the president promised not to raise taxes on the middle class? apparently, after massive spending, that's not going to work out. >> we have to deal with these deficits. if anybody has a plan, to do this without raising any taxes on anybody, you know, upper income or lower, or below, then they should come forward with it. >> that was senior white house advisor david axlerod just yesterday. could this be a broken promise? joining us right now for a fair and balanced debate is contributor of the heartland institute and author of "a new american tea party" john ohara and the hea
america to win in afghanistan. 30,000 troops is clearly not enough of an increase for general mccrystal. somehow, they found it very easy to put another 10,000 on the ground in haiti where they're indeed needed but the real american security issue is in afghanistan. and we're losing there at the moment. and mrs. coakley doesn't seem to mind that too much. >> well, you have finally put that to rest. now we know for sure coming from you a definitive answer. all right. meanwhile, let's talk about this, michael, and that is that al-qaida in yemen has announced they are poised and ready to strike. is this propaganda or does this kind of chatter worry you? >> you know, generally, al-qaida when it promises an attack or it announces that it lost some of its fighters, they're pretty accurate and truthful. and i think we're in for a surprise as the american people because al-qaida is very, very strong in yemen. it's been there since the middle 1980's. the country as a whole, the population is very islamist and generally pro al-qaida. so i think we would be foolish not to take with some seriousne
the change of heart now? >> fox news alerted. bin laden out with a new audio tape. now he's blaming america for climate change. >> you're kidding. >> meanwhile, peta comparing the duggar kids to dogs? using their children to urge people to spay and neuter their pets. >> weird. >> yeah. you think? just fine or over the line? we're going to report and you're going to decide. meanwhile, our slogan this hour comes from jim deep in the heart of texas. jim says, i'm in deep trouble with my wife. i switched off "fox & friends" and nearly lost my life. i don't think so. >> good morning, "fox & friends." >> good morning, "fox & friends." >> good morning, "fox & friends." >> wow. they're really -- >> aly in today for gretchen carlson out west today. stunning news when you pick up the newspapers today and as you watch fox newschannel, you know, the president and his attorney general made a big deal out of first the president said he was going to close gitmo and then eric holder came out and said we're going to try these guys in civilian court. now, because of the firestorm mounted not by new york
america safer? why are we concerned about what the rest of the world thinks about a would-be bomber that could have killed 300 of us? >> in honesty, the shoe bomber, same thing but we were in the middle at that time of the war in afghanistan. we put him in a criminal trial. he said i'm guilty, leave me, i'm not talking any more, that's it. that was a mistake. >> maybe because in this administration it is an overseas contingency operation and not awear on terror. >>> a fox news alert. newark liberty international getting back to normal after a terminal was shut down when a man went through security the wrong way. they still haven't found them. linda schmidt is live at newark airport where it is very cold. >> it is freezing out here this morning but that is a little bit of a headache this morning. imagine what folks were going through last night. this happened at 5:30 and after the whole holiday weekend. people are packing into the airport here and there were literally thousands of people out here at newark airport when this thing happened. what the tsa is saying is some guy happened
's harder and harder to improve america's capabilities. americans have to understand it's impossible to stop every terror attack. " how do you take that? >> in the beginning of the statement he said it is harder and harder to detect. that's free advicely what the bait should be about. we aren't able to detect someone considered by our agency as a double agency and he came back and blue up and killed many people. we western able to despite that despite all red flags. there's something in our policy. >> and in fact our government has been reactive instead of proactive. suddenly you you can't get object plane with a box cutter or a knife. after richard reid, you had to take off your shoes, over the failed attempt in great britain, you couldn't take a lot of liquid onboard. you say let's not be free active, let's be proactive and go after the factories where these guys come from. >> in any conflict, any conflict in the war that we won or our allies have won, it only ends when we destroy the factory that produces the enemy. in this case it's not a physical factory, it's basically where the guys a
of the problem with this, guys, is he was born in america. he's an american citizen. he knows thousands of people in the united states. he would have an existing network in the united states. this is something i'm sure the f.b.i. has gone back over but this, you know, makes him more dangerous than a lot of these other individuals who are with al-qaida trying to plan, you know, operations against the united states. >> michael, what's so insane to me is right after 9/11 looking for any contacts, any contacts that these hijackers had with anyone in the u.s. we have the cleric who had at least two of them in contact in san diego and in virginia. and yet, we would let him go. why not just hold on to him until we can build a case? >> well, it smells of saudi interference. look it, they let all the bin laden people go after 9/11 because the saudis probably gave them diplomatic passports. the saudis have an in our government that is really reprehensible but i wanted to follow up on gary's point. >> ok. >> this fellow is not the only person like him in the united states. the saudis and other gulf state
america now going off the air and planning to file for bankruptcy. it abruptly shut down yesterday blaming the economy. the network is credited with providing al franken a platform which eventually got him elected to senate in the state of minnesota. india has issued a terror alert to all of its airports saying an al-qaida plot may be in the works, specifically they fear militants will attempt to hijack a plane. airport and airline authorities have been put on alert this morning. >> a group of angry new york residents are fighting to move the federal court trial for 9/11 mastermind khalid sheik muhammad and his four cohort as way from their neighborhood. listen. >> i believe it's totally outrageous that we would think of positioning some of the most dangerous terrorists in the world right in the middle of our local government, right next to police headquarters, right in the middle of dense residential population. >> 240 families will be imprisoned. we will not have access to our cars. we can't get in and out of the building as we did on 9/11. 9/11, we heard it, we saw, we smelled it and w
into effect. so you're asking this morning, what about all the other middle class folks in america who have good health insurance right now? so-called cadillac insurance plans? what's going to happen to them? guess what, you're going to pay the tax unless you belong to one of these unions. >> when they did -- when they gave it to the cbo and said what do you think about this in the senate? they said ok, this is how much it's going to cost and save the deficit. they needed this money, the 40% tax that is a pour into a lot of people factored in so all of a sudden, tuesday, when the leadership of the unions come in and talk to the president and the president is now hands on, sleeves are up, he said i got to have this money and then get calls yesterday and says i think i have a deal for you. i'm going to delay the tax on you and it's going to cost this plan $60 billion but i'm going to delay it for five years. now, your neighbor who is not in the union by 2013, they're going to pay a 40% tax. something else i'm going to give the unions, we're going to eliminate from any taxing dental and vision
america, all across the world have been pouring money into local charities, into the red cross, and they are hoping that money gets to haiti soon. steve, back to you. >> all right, caroline, thank you very much. by the way, joining us in the next hour, the secretary of state hillary rodham clinton with the very latest. of course, her husband is special envoy for the united nations to that nation. >> she first went there in 1975. meanwhile, just before the final american airlines flight left haiti on tuesday, hundreds of people felt the impact of the devastating earthquake while waiting at the port-au-prince airport. joining us right now from florida is one of those passengers who made it out on flight 1908. jocelyn baslin, jocelyn, could you tell me where you were when the quake hit? were you actually on the plane? and what were your thoughts? >> i wasn't on the plane. we were in the waiting room. there was other passengers, about 15 to 20 passengers had already boarded and the rest of them were actually on the way to be -- to board the plane. and i was sitting in the back li
coming out of haiti into america. >> now, greg, you have adopted a haitian child before. so you know that there's a lot of red tape involved. but haiti is a country that had an extra lot of red tape even before this earthquake. how has this compounded your trouble? >> well, it at this point, we're not sure what the process is going to be but we have gotten some word -- our agency called us last night and said that there's potential for the kids to have a humanitarian flight out into miami even as soon as tomorrow night. so it could have -- it could have taken something that could have extended for quite sometime and actually through this tragedy even jump-started the process. we're hopeful at this point. >> there are eight other families in your area that are in the process like you are of trying to get children from haiti? >> yes, yes. and they're all in colorado springs and we all go to the same church so we have a huge support network going already. >> sure. you also have kind of a network on the internet. you guys have founded an organization called cloud of fire, haiti. and i
is and all i'm going to do, in america, europe. when you put islam is -- it all falls out. everything disappears. there's some on the internet who say google is censoring the comments. >> like they do in china. >> uh-huh. >> so people wonder, is it because things happen where you draw up a cartoon in norway and next inni thing you know you're a target of death. google feels because being a victim, we're fighting in all corners the world. >> they have this in fact to say about it. this is through their spokesperson this is in fact a bug and we're working to fix this quickly as we can. that statement was given a few days ago. they were starting to fix it over the weekend. that has not happened yet. google in california when they start business today, we'll see. check in, see if they fixed it by then. >> all right. it's 20 minutes before the top of the hour. from wall street to health care, are president obama's policies really just a war on success killing the american dream? a fair and balanced debate about that straight ahead. >> and after suffering through what was one of the wors
. take a look. can you tell who these people are? no. is this the state of the art of america's security? we will talk about that. and her only son died serves his country in iraq, and now she is fighting for a little peace of mind. she just wants to be buried with him. but she's being denied by the federal government. we are going to talk to her in the next hour right here on "fox and friends". it's simponi,™ and taken with methotrexate, it helps relieve the pain, stiffness, and swelling of ra with one dose a month. visit to see if you qualify for a full year of cost support. simponi™ can lower your ability to fight infections, including tuberculosis. serious and sometimes fatal events can occur, such as infections, cancer in children and adults, heart failure, nervous system disorders, liver or blood problems, and allergic reactions. before starting simponi,™ your doctor should test you for tb and assess your risk of infections, including fungal infections and hepatitis b. ask your doctor if you've been to a region where certain fungal infections are common. tell you
and america goes, so goes mexico. is mexico going to bounce back this year? >> i believe it is. mexico, it's not just for swine flu and drug violence anymore, all right? take a look at shares of a fund eww owns all the major mexican stocks. emerging markets had a great year in 2009. that bounce looks to continue in 2010 as well. >> continue to bounce around the globe. we go to israeli stocks. why do you say they should soar in the new year? >> well, they soared in 2009 as well. we heard a lot of buzz about brazil, china, india. people tend to think of israel, milttant islam, missiles, political unrest. very strong stock market and should be one part of a diversified portfolio. >> another here is japan. and, of course, we also had toyota this year, ford taking like top honors for a lot of cars built. but japan you say is a value play. >> it is. i mean, japan has been left in the dust. it wasn't only left behind in 2009 but basically been left behind for the last 20 years. markets there aren't too far off from where they were literally in the late 1980s. mitsy is a big japanese commodities c
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